At least 2-million Johnson & Johnson (J&J) coronavirus vaccines will be delivered to SA within the next fortnight to replace those destroyed in the wake of the contamination scandal at a US plant providing ingredients, Aspen Pharmacare CEO Stephen Saad says.

The development will come as a relief to the government, as pressure is mounting to speed up vaccination of its most vulnerable citizens in the face of surging coronavirus infections...

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